Hello :-) I am a wire jewelry artist. Makeup and beauty products are another one of my hobbies. Vintage hairstyles and makeup are my go to looks. Sometimes it feels like I can never own enough red lipstick.
If you're new to retinol this is a good starting point. This cream didn't provide the results I am used to. There's definitely stronger OTC retinol on the market. Those can be too strong for some people though.
All nighter is a foundation I have mixed feelings about. The coverage and finish is beautiful. It definitely did oxidize so I purchased a shade lighter. What bummed me out was the wear time. It didn't really hold up for more than four hours before breaking up a bit. Not sure if I'll repurchase.
I purchased the color scream sexy. The shade is beautiful. Color saturation is great. Lasting power isn't that great. At least this was the case for the metallic formula. It reminds me of the Too Faced melted lipstick products.
This eye cream does give some incredible results. My under eye area peeled for a couple weeks when I first started using this product. I persisted, because I've used retinol on and off for years. After finishing the tube, I moved on to Roc retinol eye cream for sensitive skin.
I really like this eye cream. It isn't too harsh and I am seeing some good results. Previous attempts at retinol eye treatments, had caused peeling. Luckily I found this, and there have been no issues.
Awful! I am a compulsive stick foundation buyer. Thought I needed this. It is so awful! I tried it a couple times with different primers. Even with exfoliation first, it made my skin look flakey. Gross.
Max Factor brings back a lot of memories. Panstick was the first foundation I bought. There really weren't many options in the '90s for drugstore foundation. I kept repurchasing these for years. Even when I had other foundations, this would work for serious coverage. Sadly, Max Factor is very hard to find anymore. This product also isn't the best for your skin.
Stick foundation is a huge weakness for me. I ended up getting this in a set from QVC. The foundation is really oily, even though it says matte. It disappears in a couple hours. That's even with primer and setting spray. It also amplified any texture on my skin. There are way better versions at the drugstore.